This Season’s Events:

February 1, 2020 * Carlton, OR* The PNW Tasha Tudor Society would like to invite you to a Valentine’s Party at the home of a chapter member, 11am-4pm. Attendees will enjoy an afternoon of card-making, lunch and conversation. An optional Valentine exchange for both adults and dolls will be enjoyed! We hope you can attend~please RSVP by Sat. January 25th to Diane Bennett in Naselle, WA at  or (360) 484-3929, or Linda Colantino in Troutdale, OR at or (503) 577-8368.

February 2, 2020 *Brookfield, CT*
The Connecticut Chapter invites the public to a birdseed ornament workshop from 1:00 to 3:30 p.m. at DiGrazia Vineyards in Brookfield, kindly letting us use their Barrel Room for this event. Materials will be provided. Guests are also welcome to bring their own birdseed mixture (recipes below) and cookie cutters if they’d like. There is no cost to attend, but RSVPs are necessary to ensure we have enough for everyone! Email to confirm your attendance. Inclement weather will postpone this event. Donations toward the Tasha Tudor Society non-profit are not required but gratefully accepted. 


February 22, 2020 * Hopewell Township, NJ* Come learn how to tap sugar maple trees and make syrup in the sap house at Howell Living History Farm.  We will even enjoy whole wheat pancakes in the farmhouse kitchen! The fun starts 1:00 pm.  Dress for the job.  Conditions can be muddy, icy and windy in the sugar bush.  RSVP by Feb. 19 to Diane Flanigan at or (609) 298-3779. Weather permitting.

February 25, 2020 *Hamilton, NJ* A Story Time for preschoolers at the Hamilton Township (Mercer County) Library featuring Tasha’s “Five Senses.” The New Jersey Chapter’s Community Program Coordinator, Deborah Walker, will read for preschoolers at 9:30 AM and then present an an age-appropriate paper craft. This event is free and open to all! For more information, contact Diane Flanigan at or (609) 298-3779.

April 25, 2020 *Bordentown, NJ* Tea and Painting Party at a chapter leader’s home. We can share our exceptionally delicious luncheon treats and paint with acrylics, water colors, pastels, markers, colored pencils…anything you desire.  We can even copy or decoupage some of Tasha’s work onto canvas, paper, and wooden cutouts.  Materials will be supplied, but feel free to bring something you would like to work on. Plan to arrive at noon. Lunch, as usual, is potluck and a $5 donation for VT is a good thing.  RSVP by Wednesday, April 22 to Diane at or (609) 298-3779.

April 29, 2020 *Shippensburg, PA*  A group visit to the Fashion Archives and Museum at Shippensburg University for “Fashionable Dances and Dancing Fashions”  For information contact Julia Marsh or 717-432-2190.

May 17, 2020 * Brattleboro, VT* Take Joy! The Magical World of Tasha Tudor film screening and discussion as part of the Brattleboro Words Project’s Roundtable Discussion series. Join TTS Executive Director, Amy Tudor and TTS Director of Programs, Sarah RobbGrieco at 3:00pm at 118 Elliot Street to watch the film and join in some lively conversation about Tasha’s life and legacy. For more information visit or contact Sarah RobbGrieco at or (978) 807-7409.

May 21, 2020 *Pequea, PA*  Nature Journaling Workshop to be conducted at Climbers Run Nature Preserve. 20 person limit. For information contact Julia Marsh or 717-432-2190.

August 22, 2020 *Macedon, NY* The Annual Gathering of the Finger Lakes Western New York Chapter. Noon to 3:00 at the Macedon Public Library. For more information and reservations contact Carol Elaine Deys 315-986-2302 or

August 28, 2020 *Lititz, PA* To celebrate Tasha’s birthday, the Pennsylvania Chapter will populate the ballroom at The Sutter in Lititz with dolls and teddy bears and toys and offer a program about their connection with Tasha and her family. We will be issuing invitations to some doll clubs to join us then. Contact Julia Marsh at or 717-432-2190. 

October 15, 2020 *Jim Thorpe, PA* A member will present a Hearthside Cooking demonstration in her home. After brunch, visit the historic town. 20 person limit. For information contact Julia Marsh or 717-432-2190.

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